The glass ceiling and the future of women in office

November 28, 2016 nyupressblog 0

—Frank C. Thames and Margaret S. Williams
While Secretary Clinton didn’t break the glass ceiling for holding office, perhaps she broke the ceiling for women running for the presidency from a major party. The circumstances for women’s participation should be favorable in the U.S., perhaps even more so now that there is an example to follow.

Two Presidents Are Better Than One

September 22, 2016 nyupressblog 0

—David Orentlicher
The “imperial presidency” and partisan conflict are largely the result of a deeper problem—the Constitution’s placement of a single president atop the executive branch. David Orentlicher describes how we can fix our broken political system by replacing the one person, one-party presidency with a two-person, two-party executive branch.

Why aren’t millennials participating in politics?

July 25, 2016 nyupressblog 1

—Shauna L. Shames
Millennials are not voting as much as they should, but the real problem is that young people think politics are kind of slimy, definitely antagonistic, and not generally the way they want to solve the kinds of problems they care about.

Q&A with The Poverty Industry author, Daniel Hatcher

July 20, 2016 nyupressblog 0

On June 30th, we hosted a Twitter Q&A with Daniel Hatcher, author of The Poverty Industry. In case you missed it, here’s the conversation about how state governments and their private industry partners are turning America’s most vulnerable populations into sources of revenue.

Ginsburg trumped Trump

July 14, 2016 nyupressblog 1

—Steve Gottlieb
Making comments unusual for Supreme Court justices, Ruth Bader Ginsburg trumped Trump, getting the kind of all-media coverage usually reserved for him.

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